Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago
|Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago|
|Directed by||Lydia B. Smith|
|Produced by||Lydia B. Smith|
|Box office||$1,128,878 (Worldwide)|
Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago is a 2013 documentary film of the Camino de Santiago. It follows different kinds of pilgrims as they attempt to cross Spain on foot with only the essentials and how it changes the lives of the pilgrims. It also focuses how pilgrim throw their whole selves into the trek to Santiago and as well as their inner journey of the self.
Release and reception
Through grass-roots efforts, the self-distributed film was released in the United States and Canada through social media, consultants, and reviews to promote the film. Writer Daniel M. Gold of the New York Times stated in his review: "Viewer beware: The impulse to take a hike is strong. Wear sturdy shoes". Stephanie Merry of the Washington Post concluded her review by commenting: "The scenery is so spectacular, rain or shine, that even close-ups of grotesque blisters and pilgrims weeping from pain can’t deter a viewer from wanting to see the path for herself. “Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago” may not be entirely brilliant, but it’s at the very least inspiring."
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- Gold, Daniel M. (June 5, 2014). "A Journey for the Soles and the Soul - Movie Reviews".
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